Roger Crowley’s new book on the fall of Acre will appeal to history enthusiasts and generalists alike
Orthodox Marxist critics examine a literary text in the context of socio-economic conditions in which it was created, but does that downplay its...
Hamed Amiri’s new book is not only a trek through the refugee experience of a family in crisis but also a love letter to the NHS
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While widening our concept of feminism, Helen Lewis shows that the fight for rights cannot always be polite and sweet
Sometimes, a book can expose the bitter realities of life by presenting the perspective of a segment of society that is seldom heard from
Lawrence Wright’s new pandemic novel is authoritative, intelligent and all too eerily familiar
Asif Farrukhi was willing to work for change rather than just write about it
In Asif Farrukhi, Pakistan and the world of Urdu literature have lost an accomplished practitioner of wordcraft and a veritable one-man army for the...
Osman Haneef’s debut novel presents an intricate narrative that carries implications beyond the fate of its characters